Open House at Northview PA Stallion Station

Sunday January 29, 2012: Peach Bottom PA

Jump Start is new to Northview for the 2012 breeding season; he started his stud career in Kentucky, then moved to Ghost Ridge Farms in Pennsylvania at the end of 2009.
Foaled in 1999, Jump Start (left and below) is by A.P. Indy out of Steady Cat. He raced five times as a two-year-old, winning twice, but suffered a career-ending injury to his left front leg in the 2001 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Love of Money, a 2001 Maryland-bred son of Not for Love out of Mescalina, raced at 3, 4 and 5. His biggest win was in the 2004 grade II Pennsylvania Derby.
When first retired, Love of Money joined his sire at Northview Stallion Station in Maryland. He moved to the Pennsylvania division when it opened in 2009.
Silver Train (2002, by Old Trieste out of Ridden in Thestars) is also new to Northview PA, having relocated from Vinery in KY.
Silver Train's racing wins included the grade I Breeders' Cup Sprint at 3 and the grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap at 4.
Fairbanks has been at Northview PA since it opened in 2009 as a division of the Maryland-based Northview Stallion Station.
The 2003 son of Giant's Causeway and Alaska Queen raced for three years; three of his six wins were in graded stakes, as were all four of his second-place finishes.
E Dubai, a son of Mr. Prospector out of Words of War, was foaled in 1998 and sold for $1.35 million dollars as a yearling.

His wins included the Dwyer Stakes and the Suburban Handicap, both grade II races, and he was runner-up in the 2001 Travers Stakes.
E Dubai began his stud career at Darley in Kentucky, where he stayed for eight years, then spent the 2011 breeding season at Pennsylvania's Ghost Ridge Farms before moving to Northview PA.
Medallist, a 2001 son of Touch Gold out of Santaria, set both track and stakes records in his two-year racing career.
An injury led to Medalist's retirement at four, and he began his stud career at Three Chimneys in 2006. He moved to Northview Stallion Station in Maryland two years later, and then to the Pennsylvania division when it was established in 2009.
Smarty Jones is beginning his first season as a Northview PA stallion, after six years at Three Chimneys in Kentucky and one year at Ghost Ridge Farms in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania-bred son of Elusive Quality and I'll Get Along won eight of his nine lifetime starts, including the 2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, and was retired at three.
Back in his stall after putting on a lively show in the paddock, Smarty munches hay and keeps an eye on his visitors.
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